Now you emerge
for a few brief minutes on an open country, glittering with some bright lake or pool, broad as many an English river, but so small here that it scarcely has a name; now catch hasty glimpses of a distant town, with its clean white houses and their cool piazzas, its prim New England church and school-house; when whir-r-r-r
The foremost Rhodesians saw something else--they saw a huge German officer emerge
from a dugout just in rear of the ape-man.
There is the "Sea of Serenity," over which the young girl bends; "The Lake of Dreams," reflecting a joyous future; "The Sea of Nectar," with its waves of tenderness and breezes of love; "The Sea of Fruitfulness;" "The Sea of Crises;" then the "Sea of Vapors," whose dimensions are perhaps a little too confined; and lastly, that vast "Sea of Tranquillity," in which every false passion, every useless dream, every unsatisfied desire is at length absorbed, and whose waves emerge
peacefully into the "Lake of Death
I had learned to look more closely at life as it was lived, to recognize that there were such things as facts in the world, to emerge
from the realm of mind and idea and to place certain values on the concrete and objective phases of existence.
Also do I like to tickle him with a wax-taper, that he may finally let the heavens emerge
from ashy-grey twilight.
Thus the reorganization value represents an economic value; it is the present value of the aftertax future cash flows expected to be generated by the assets making up the reconstituted entity that emerges
and the net realizable value of those assets that will be disposed of.
The first deals with identification issues, such as how the pathogen emerges
, surveillance methods in US and Europe and how viruses are tracked.
Leading Optical Chain Emerges
As Strategic Internet